While a lot this year has been canceled, there is still plenty to do to get into the autumn spirit around and outside of Columbia.
Testing should be mandatory for everyone on campus. This will help contain the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Participating in diversity and inclusion efforts on campus will have a long-term affect on individuals' ability to perform successfully in academics and in the work force.
Many people, including a lot of people 18 to 24 years of age, claim that voting does nothing or do not vote; that their voices aren't heard; that there are other ways of changing society. They are wrong in every way. Voting is the only way to enact real, lasting change.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently passed away, leaving a seat open on the Supreme Court. Trump is trying to take this opportunity to elect yet another Republican. His nominee would destroy what RBG has put up and set this country back 100 years.
Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is a common blood circulation disorder that often affects young women. However, even though it's common, there's not a lot of research about it. Read here to find out how it affects people's daily lives, and why it's crucial for medical professionals to know more about it.
Choosing to go home to quarantine is illogical and dangerous.
College students are in a great position to give important care and temporary or permanent homes to companion animals in need. Adopting and fostering from local rescues is the best way to ethically help improve the nation's animal cruelty and homelessness problem.
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